bad experience with ch

Discussion in 'CH Robinson' started by evers34, Jan 25, 2009.

  1. striker

    striker Road Train Member

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    we haul CH loads all the time, since the do a lot of container/ocean loads. they pay fast, some loads pay #### good, yeah we are always heavy with them, and for the most part their people range from total a-holes to halfway decent
     
  2. lazow1md

    lazow1md Light Load Member

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    hey striker, can you pm? i was hoping i could ask you some questions.
     
  3. catrucker916

    catrucker916 Light Load Member

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    I didn't realize loading or unloading times were a reflection on the broker. They really have no control over how long it takes but they do have control over whether or not you get paid. I personally don't mind sitting anywhere AS LONG I'm paid for it. What's better than getting paid to do nothing?
     
  4. NWMAXI

    NWMAXI Road Train Member

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    i use to love that at albertson's ware house check in at 10 pm and go to bed and get paid detention to sleep they would knock on the door between 7 and 9 in the morning.. breaks up get next load and go
     
  5. Rigmover06

    Rigmover06 Bobtail Member

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    I dealt with CH for a number of years out of Edmonton AB and Calgary. Never once had a problem with them. Quick pay to TChek card was great.
    Even made Rig of the Month.
    But they still call me for HH stuff now and then.
    I like them.
     
  6. 48stater

    48stater Light Load Member

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    The Chicago Central office has their act together. The other CH offices rarely have a clue. Once your carrier rating (ask them, they'll tell you) with them stays good, the money gets better and they'll bend over backwards for you.
     
  7. harleyhead

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    being in the industry for more than 35 yrs I have refused on principal to load for chr having had earlier experience,s with them from the 70,s & early 80,s until a few weeks ago, they had what seemed to b a good load that would finish out the round nicely I still haven't gotten paid [quick pay really] the load was a real pain including a layover to pick it up [not known up front] 7 hrs delay in loading the next day and a very uncooperative and nasty shipper my driver bent over backwards to take care or chr,s customer[ receiver] ifaxed the bills to the broker brad in Chicago as instructed supposing to b paid in 48 hrs that was on dec 20th it is now jan5th no pay I guess I should have maintained my earlier position on chr I know in todays business climate it,s not a good idea to limit ur options any more than nessasary but sometimes I think ur better off note worthy I think is the fact that chr is the only broker ive had trouble getting paid by of course I don't use a lot of unknowns
     
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